WIP Wednesday #6

Well, I perfected my seam ripping, this week.  That’s for sure.
Taken apart  ✔
Rearranged ✔
Put back together ✔
Rebasted ✔

It will be worth it when it’s finished, I know it will be.  And I am SO glad I’ve taken the time to arrange the pieces correctly.  Even if, I couldn’t see it right off the bat.

Besides, I also got to correct all the points that didn’t match up to my perfectionism, LOL!

Much improved over last week

I also took this 1 yard piece of Robert Kaufman Kona cotton in Curry,

and turned it into this

12 yards of continuous, double, bias binding.  It’s it luscious?  Just saying Kona cotton Curry makes me hungry!  I bought this from my favorite Kona Solids merchant, Simply Solid Fabric, over at Etsy.  Check out the 15% off deal she’s got going on, right now.  Not sure how much longer it will last, but there still appears to be a pretty nice selection!

Hopefully next week I’ll have something new and fun to share…

Be sure and click the WIP button and see what all the really cool people are working on this week.  Maybe you’ll see something that inspires you and we all need a little more inspiration in our lives.  Right?

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10 Responses to WIP Wednesday #6

  1. Katie B says:

    Oh, that Curry binding is going to be so awesome!

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    • sewfrench says:

      Thank you, Katie B!
      One of my daughters chose it.
      I was leaning toward a bold, limey, kind of green and she just rolled her eyes at me….
      She is an art major grad, you know.
      Those kind of people are hard to live with. LOL!

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  2. I’m not hard to live with, I’m just always honest!
    Everybody is doing shades of green these days, I think the curry is refreshing and something different, plus it goes great with with the backing you chose.

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    • sewfrench says:

      And to think that I thought a stranger and my daughter were thinking the exact same thing… LOL!
      Thanks for being honest and keeping me on the straight and narrow, Amanda!

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  3. Debbie says:

    mmmm….your quilt + curry looks to be a great choice!

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  4. Marg says:

    I think the curry is a great choice. I used to loathe seam ripping but now I embrace it. If I make a mistake I undo now rather than keep on going and regret it forever! Can’t wait to see the quilt all finished with it’s lovely binding.

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  5. Lynette says:

    Woohoo!! KUDOS to you for redoing it. The houndstooth is marvelous now. And I really love the curry binding.

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  6. Melinda says:

    I can’t wait to see it all finished. That’s going to be gorgeous!

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